Released: Aug 01st, 2001
Running Time: 85
Director: Jim Powers
Company: JM Productions
Cast: Valentino (I), Rafe, Flick Shagwell, Rick Masters, Nick East, Summer Storm, Herschel Savage, Patricia (I), Kinky, Mickey G.
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
With other volumes of the series.
Some good stuff here if you ignore the opener. Okay, we couldn't ignore the opener and it warrants a mention because it's incredibly irritating. Why, oh why are male performers not known for their humor allowed to ad-lib? In fake English accents? Whatever heat manages to build in box cover blonde Kinky's d.p. with Valentino and Rafe vanishes amid the guys' constant barrage of witticisms involving Sherlock Holmes and strumpets.
However, ad-libbing actually works well in the scene that follows, as Mickey G. invites pal Herschel Savage over to help him sodomize his sweet, little "step-daughter" Flick Shagwell. Nasty little games abound, and Mickey's contention that Shagwell is "making Daddy so hard" by sucking his friend off rocks the whole sordid, pseudo-incestuous house.
Also worth watching is Nick East as Summer Storm's "foster father." She's a brat who's busy punching holes in the ceiling with a stick when East asks her to clean up her room. "I'm doing what your daddy should have done a long time ago," he snaps, yanking her little yellow overalls down, whipping out his dick and shoving it into her teenage cooch and ass. She agrees it's the sort of behavior modification she needs. She really seems to enjoy the experience, too.